Sunday, June 19, 2016 I imagine (merely imagine) that if he could speak from this part of himself, it might sound something like this: “I have a father. Just like anyone, I have a father who loves me, who longs to care for me, and whose care I need; a person who is part of … More Transitional Objects
This post was written by Andrew R. Marks and published by the Journal of Clinical Investigation. published May 23, 2016 Abstract The 5th anniversary of the Fukushima disaster and the 30th anniversary of the Chernobyl disaster, the two most catastrophic nuclear accidents in history, both occurred recently. Images of Chernobyl are replete with the international … More The Fukushima nuclear disaster is ongoing
The press in the United States would never dream of covering this scandal. It is always in Australian, Canadian or other papers that we see the stories that are published. If the United States demanded justice for the children that Japan has kidnapped – and there are thousands of our kids – then this might … More Japan is black hole for abducted children – Vancouver Sun
I read, or at least I tried to read, a story on the Buzzfeed Japan website during May (2016) about Mr. Yasuyuki Watanabe, a Japanese father who regained custody of his daughter after a six-year court battle throughout most of which he and his daughter were prevented from knowing and seeing each other. I am … More Buzzfeed Discovers Japanese Child Abduction.